in daytona beach, jennifer ortega, news 6. >> matt: thank you, jen. in about two hours now, republican presidential candidate marco rubio is holding a rally in sanford. it will probably be nothing like the one donald trump held on the ucf on saturday. >> ginger: that's because one of the biggest political rallies in central florida also got a bit tonight students are showing us the video to prove it. news 6's erik von ancken is live at ucf. what is the school saying about what happened tonight? >> reporter: i just heard back from ucf. they tell me that 65 people were kicked out of the arena here on saturday, and this new video clearly shows that some of them were man handled on their way out. >> come on, get them out fast. >> reporter: donald trump paused, we counted at least a dozen times. >> go home to mommy. >> reporter: when hecklers disrupted his rally on saturday. >> is this fun? do we love this? i love it. >> i wish we had some real protesters, protesters with guts. it's sort of exciting, isn't it? he also riled up the crowd. to some of the res
in deltona, jennifer ortega, news 6. >> ginger: a couple of brave women there. the florida mom charged in connection with the death of her son, learning her fate today. >> lisa: a duval county judge sentenced lana barton to five years in prison in connection with the death of her son lonzie. jacksonville. >> reporter: lana barton is back in the baker county jail tonight after being transferred there after her sentencing here at the duval county courthouse. she walked into the courtroom and didn't say much as details of the 21-month-old's death were read by prosecutors. barton's parents were for the first time at her hearing. they had no comment when it was over. in court, the attorney argued because she was cooperative with investigators and agreed to testify and did so against william ebron, she should only be sentenced to one year in county jail, the judge disagreed, sentencing her to the maximum allowable. >> justice would be lonzie still with us. the arms of a loving family. >> reporter: barton's attorney says she faked a pregnancy, hoping he would lead inve
news 6 reporter jennifer ortega alert. she joins us now live from sheriff's office. so what are you learning about these two suspects? >> reporter: well, detectives say that 17-year-old michael anderson was actually selling davis some marijuana the night he was murdered and that his girlfriend possibly knew the entire time where he was this last week.
this happened on pembrook drive where jennifer ortega is live for us this evening. i know you spoke with a mom who told you her son helped pull that boy out from the water.
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